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#July 1
stellaamlw · 2 days ago
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matacausa · 2 days ago
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dailykafka · a month ago
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- July 1, 1913
- The diaries of Franz Kafka, 1910-1913
[ID: July 1. The wish for an unthinking, reckless solitude. To be face to face only with myself. End ID]
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typelikeagirl · a month ago
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saturn-0n-v3nus · a month ago
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counting every gd second until stranger things can be added to the lgbtq+ section on netflix
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macrolit · a year ago
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fandom1502 · a month ago
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How are we feeling about seeing our repressed gays on screen this Friday. 
like,
it’s THIS Friday.
I’m going to interally combust on July 1st.
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musickickz · a month ago
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Debbie Harry  *July 1, 1945
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newyorkthegoldenage · a month ago
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July 1, 1956: After his performance on the Steve Allen Show at the Hudson Theatre, Elvis Presley leans out of a convertible as fans reach out in hope for an autograph.
Photo: Alfred Wertheimer via the MUUS Collection/Getty Images
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jimthejadeplant · a month ago
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July 1: Today Jonathan is either dead already or alive, unshaven, feral, and running down the road through the Transylvanian wilderness in his inside clothes.
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cryptid-quest · a month ago
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On This Day in Cryptid History
July 1st: In 1915, a man saw something with gray skin as wide as a car, and three cars long, swimming in White River, Arkansas. This was the first sighting of Whitey, the White River Monster, described by many to be a massive monster fish. Sightings of the creature ceased in 1973.
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happybirthday-unusannus · a month ago
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Happy 2nd Birthday to
“Mark is Guilty. Ethan has the Proof.”
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unabridgedisbetter · a month ago
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Don’t know if this has been done or not but
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wayfaringmd · a month ago
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Wayfaring’s Intern Survival Series: The answer is not “trend it”.
Interns of #medblr:
If you accidentally ordered a lab and the results came back abnormal, it is still your responsibility to follow through with whatever next step is appropriate with those labs.
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If you didn’t mean to get the CBC but whoops now you found out your 68 year old male patient who smokes has a Hgb of 9, your plan is NOT: 1) to just make note of it and recheck in 6 months or 2) to start iron and recheck in 3 months. You must ask yourself why he is anemic, what kind of anemia he has, and then pursue further work up. Statistically speaking, a 68yo male smoker with iron deficiency anemia has colon cancer. Is his colonoscopy up to date? Does he have severe GERD symptoms that might indicate a gastric ulcer? Is he having difficulty swallowing because he has an esophageal cancer leaking blood into his gut? Or hey, if he’s not iron deficient, what’s his renal function? Does he have anemia of chronic disease? What’s the rest of the CBC look like? Is he pancytopenic? Maybe he’s got a myelodysplastic disorder. There are so many more possible next steps, and none of them include just sitting back and trending the lab.
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Kick yourself all you want for checking a lab you didn’t mean to get, but now you found a problem. Be a good intern and track it down.
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littlemixdaily · a month ago
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leighannepinnock: Just Marri... kidding 🤣🤍
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suburban-nerd · a month ago
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The analogies bw vampirism and Renfield's experiments + Jonathan's adamant refusal to refer to Dracula and the brides as human really make me think that there is a commentary on the future of the horror genre here.
With the analogy of the mental asylum and psychoanalysis, Stoker is perhaps considering whether vampirism too will be seen with that lens. And now we know that psychological horror does exist. Similarly, with the analogy of the spiders and the flies, is Stoker wondering whether the vampire can be seen as an apex predator instead of a corrupted human?
Both these lenses complicate the question of morality, making the novel richer.
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todaysdocument · a month ago
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At Manzanar, a man of Japanese descent works on making a camouflage net for the War Department, on 7/1/1942. Workers at this incarceration camp produced about 6,000 nets per month. 
Series: Central Photographic File of the War Relocation Authority, 1942 - 1945
Record Group 210: Records of the War Relocation Authority, 1941 - 1989
Image description: A man kneels on a large net spread out on the floor. He is weaving strips of fabric through the net. He is wearing jeans, a white t-shirt, and a stocking cap with a bobble.
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